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Mike Davis & Paul Chatem’s ‘Oil and Water’

Recently opened at C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice, California,‘Oil & Water’ is a two-person exhibition featuring new works by artistsPaul Chatem and Mike Davis. Focusing on the past, the works explore the toneand turbulence of different times in history, including acts such as EminentDomain and bloody medieval skirmishes. While Chatem’s kinetic paintings portraya style rooted in folk art, Davis’ elaborate works take a more realistic approach,creating an intriguing juxtaposition of styles. View more of the works afterthe jump.

Mike Davis

Recently opened at C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice, California, ‘Oil & Water’ is a two-person exhibition featuring new works by artists Paul Chatem andMike Davis. Focusing on the past, the works explore the tone and turbulence of different times in history, including acts such as Eminent Domain and bloody medieval skirmishes. While Chatem’s kinetic paintings portray a style rooted in folk art, Davis’ elaborate works take a more realistic approach, creating an intriguing juxtaposition of styles. View more of the works below.

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Mike Davis

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